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Community service, scientific research, winter sports, & a winning food truck.
Family traditions preserve heritage; research & charity provide help for the future.
Stories of community support, community engagement, community legends & heritage.
A look at several ways people & places are reinventing themselves across our state.
This Episode features: Bird Calls, Grits, Prawns, Science at Biltmore & Chancellor of UNCW
Songs from some of the many bands to have performed on NC Now.
Biologist seek to protect the black sea bass & its fishery.
A look at several alternative energy projects in our state.
A look at ski resorts' efforts to weather an unseasonably warm winter.
Hunters for the Hungry works with the NC Wildlife Federation to donate meat to the needy.
The Lewis Family's boatbuilding skill made them 2016 NC Heritage Award recipients.
The Greensboro Science Center is working to save the Brazilian Maned Wolf.
Developer Marty Kotis works to revitalize Greensboro.
Monthly gatherings provide support & education for veterans.
Former NFL player Jason Brown returned to his home state to fulfill a personal mission.
2016 NC Heritage Award recipients practice & preserve an old family tradition.